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Maoilíosa Lydon

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Maoilíosa Lydon

Current city:
Limerick
City of birth:
Galway
Host university:
UGent
Home university:
UL

Maoilíosa activity

  • Blog

    Brussels in a Day

    I took a day trip to Brussels while I was on Erasmus in Gent. It was easy enough to get the train there from Gent. Myself and a friend decided to take a bus tour around the city as we could fit everything in. Our ticket actually covered two different lines so we took...

    0 by Maoilíosa in Erasmus blog Brussels, 2 years ago
  • Place

    King John's Castle

    King John's Castle in Limerick King John's Castle is situated next to the river Shannon in Limerick city. It is a 13th century castle that was ordered to be built by King John in a time when vikings lived in Ireland. The castle is an exquisite piece of archictecture in...

    by Maoilíosa in What to see Limerick, 2 years ago
  • Experience

    Seafest

    Seafest is an event that happens in Galway over a weekend in the Summer months. It is a national maritime festival which helps promote the wealth of the ocean. Events include cooking demonstrations, tours of ships and vessels, educational and fun exhibitions on marine...

    0 by Maoilíosa in Erasmus experiences Galway, 2 years ago
  • Experience

    Galway International Arts Festival

    The Galway International Arts Festival is a festival that happens every year. It is a great festival that promotes culture and the arts in Galway. One of my favourite events are the concerts that take place there. A big top tent is erected and different musicians...

    0 by Maoilíosa in Erasmus experiences Galway, 2 years ago
  • Place

    Irish National War Memorial Gardens

    The Irish War Memorial Gardens is a beautiful space located in Islandbridge in Dublin. It's purpose is to dedicate a remembrance area for 49, 400 Irish soldiers who gave their lives in the Great War. I visited it in early May this year on a sunny day. The scenery is...

    by Maoilíosa in What to see Dublin, 2 years ago
  • Place

    Graffiti Street

    Graffiti street in Ghent is one of the most amazing places ever solely based on the artistic quality spread all over the walls. I went for a walk one day to find this street on purpose as I had heard so much about it. I missed it as one side of it was covered as it was...

    by Maoilíosa in What to see Ghent, 2 years ago
  • Place

    Kai Cafe and Restaurant

    Kai is a quirky little cafe situated on Sea road, a small street in Galway city. It is a small cafe and so can be quite busy at times with limited seating however it is worth dropping in to have a coffee or whatever you fancy.  The decor inside is mostly wooden with...

    by Maoilíosa in Where to eat Galway, 2 years ago
  • Place

    Gravensteen Castle

    I visited Gravensteen castle in Ghent, Belgium when I lived there for Erasmus last year. I was lucky enough to visit on a beautiful sunny day, which I would recommend as there is a chance to go outside and explore the walls and garden. There are beautiful narrow...

    by Maoilíosa in What to see Ghent, 2 years ago
  • Place

    Citadel Park

    Citadel Park is located near to where I stayed on my Erasmus in Gent, Belgium. It's a nice large park where during the daytime you can just sit and read or have a nice walk as it is large enough to give you a good walk. It was always full of people when I visited a...

    by Maoilíosa in What to see Ghent, 2 years ago
  • Place

    Trá an Dóilín

    My local beach is a coral beach which is one of few in Ireland. It is a small beach compared to others but the sights are breathtaking. It is very popular among tourists especially in the Summer time. You can see the Aran Islands in the distance also. It is based in...

    by Maoilíosa in What to see Galway, 2 years ago
  • Blog

    Cold in Canada Aye!!

    I am only a week or two home from a two week break in St. John's, Newfoundland. I booked the trip as a spur of the moment thing. I went over to visit my sister who lives there. She has been there a few years so I thought it was high time I visited the place where she...

    0 by Maoilíosa in Erasmus blog St. John's, 2 years ago

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